Naeem Aslam is reassuming his previous role as chief market analyst at Multi-regulated FX broker AvaTrade. Aslam joins the Irish firm from ThinkMarkets, a multi-asset brokerage offering forex and CFDs products, where he held an analogous position since 2016.
His return to AvaTrade comes nearly four years after he ended his first stint with the company, which dates back to 2012. This time, Aslam comes back to the team with over 14 years of experience in the financial services industry.
In his new role at AvaTrade, he will help focus on augmenting the broker’s market information capabilities, specifically in relation to clients, while also generating a diverse blend of market reports, updates, and analyses for the company’s overall clientele. Moreover, he will also oversee market analysis and research for retail and institutional clients as well as financial media outlets.
Naeem has spent the multitude of his career as a currency strategist, consultant, and premier researcher. He also has been contributing as a Blockchain and Fintech author at Forbes, the business magazine popular for its billionaire’s list.
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Forbes has recently shown great interest in the nascent crypto sector with the launch of its CryptoMarkets project in October 2018. The cryptocurrency data website gives crypto enthusiasts detailed information and insights on relevant markets, coins, platforms, and blockchain projects.
Prior to joining AvaTrade, Aslam worked as a hedge fund trader at the execution desk of BNY Mellon. The vast majority of his positions have been relegated to the field of foreign exchange (FX), stocks, cryptocurrencies, and bonds.
During his tenure with several brokers, he hosted numerous investor/trader shows and events. He also hosted all-day seminars and workshops and published technical/fundamental analysis, his LinkedIn shows.
Headquartered in Ireland, AvaTrade Group is a provider of a full spectrum of trading instruments, including forex, stocks, commodities, cryptocurrencies, and indices. The company is licensed by six independent regulators, including BVI Financial Services Commission, Central Bank of Ireland, Japanese Financial Services Authority, Australian Securities and Investments Commission, and South Africa Financial Services Board.